QUIZ: Can You Name These ’90s WWE Wrestlers?

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When the 1980s “Golden Age” of the WWF (now WWE) ended, the world entered the “Attitude Era.” With it came The Rock, Kane, The Undertaker, and many more nasty dudes. For every superstar born in the 1990s, however, there were just as many forgettable fighters. We’d be impressed if anyone remembers the Yeti! If you have what it takes to name the most popular and obscure wrestlers from the 1990s, then step into the ring. Earn your place among the greatest of all time, or take a steel chair to the back. Good luck, jabronie!

This wrestler stunned his opponents with his signature move.

Retry Correct Incorrect Stone Cold Steve Austin, or Austin 3:16, is one the most popular wrestlers of all-time. His signature move was the “Stone Cold Stunner” and his enemies were lucky if they got back up after getting hit by one!
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This wrestler stunned his opponents with his signature move.

  • Triple H
  • Ted DiBiase
  • Owen Hart
  • Steve Austin
0%

Sock puppets have never been scarier than when this wrestler used one as part of his act.

Retry Correct Incorrect Mick Foley wrestled with three different personalities; Mankind, Dude Love and Cactus Jack. His most famous was Mankind, who wore a leather mask and put on a dirty sock puppet before applying his signature “mandible claw.”
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Sock puppets have never been scarier than when this wrestler used one as part of his act.

  • Mick Foley
  • Ric Flair
  • Jim “Anvil” Neidhart
  • Razor Ramon
3%

His career spanned three decades, but his peak came at SummerSlam in 1992.

Retry Correct Incorrect Better known as the”British Bulldog,” Davey Smith fought Bret Hart at SummerSlam 1992 for the Intercontinental Title and won. Oddly enough, Smith had married Hart’s sister eight years prior.
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His career spanned three decades, but his peak came at SummerSlam in 1992.

  • Bret Hart
  • Davey Smith
  • Roddy Piper
  • Bill Goldberg
5%

Topping out at 400 pounds, this wrestler was once described as “the most physically remarkable big man of the past quarter-century” by the WWE.

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Retry Correct Incorrect Towering over his opponents at 6’4″ and 400 pounds, Bam Bam Bigelow won multiple titles during the 1990s. None of those titles came during his run with the WWE.

Topping out at 400 pounds, this wrestler was once described as “the most physically remarkable big man of the past quarter-century” by the WWE.

  • Andre the Giant
  • Big Van Vader
  • Bam Bam Bigelow
  • Tatanka
8%

This wrestler is a triple threat, also making a living as a songwriter and painter.

Retry Correct Incorrect Jeff Hardy debuted for WWE in 1992 and is currently signed to RAW. He refers to his other pursuits as, “The Imig-I-Nation,” and has released five albums with the band PeroxWhy?Gen.
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This wrestler is a triple threat, also making a living as a songwriter and painter.

  • Jeff Hardy
  • Shane McMahon
  • Chris Jericho
  • Lex Luger
10%

The catchphrase, “Oh Yeah!” will be associated with this wrestler forever.

Retry Correct Incorrect Randy “Macho Man” Savage survived the “Golden Age” of wrestling and fought well into the “Attitude Era.” In the mid-’90s he was so popular he became the spokesperson for Slim Jim.
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The catchphrase, “Oh Yeah!” will be associated with this wrestler forever.

  • Hulk Hogan
  • Randy Savage
  • The Rock
  • Triple H
13%

Don’t mistake this wrestler with the lead singer of The Police!

Retry Correct Incorrect Steve Borden wrestled for 21 years under the name Sting, but that’s the only thing he has in common with the iconic musician. He was voted “Most Popular Wrestler of the Year” in 1991, 1992, 1994, and 1997.
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Don’t mistake this wrestler with the lead singer of The Police!

  • Bart Gunn
  • Brian Pillman
  • Steve Borden
  • Ken Shamrock
15%

During his WWF career, this wrestler won six Tag Team Championships with The New Age Outlaws!

Retry Correct Incorrect From 1994 until 2001, Road Dogg dominated the WWE. He retired in 2009 and took up a career behind the camera. Currently, Dogg is a producer for WWE.
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Miguel Discart/Flickr

During his WWF career, this wrestler won six Tag Team Championships with The New Age Outlaws!

  • Bart Gunn
  • The Ultimate Warrior
  • Road Dogg
  • Marc Mero
18%

One of the most hated wrestlers of all-time, he really took off after marrying the boss’ daughter!

Retry Correct Incorrect Triple H is one of the greatest WWE villains of all-time. At the peak of his power, he was married to Stephanie McMahon. Together, the pair made opponents’ lives miserable.
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One of the most hated wrestlers of all-time, he really took off after marrying the boss’ daughter!

  • The Rock
  • The Undertaker
  • Chris Jericho
  • Triple H
20%

He was a WWE star from 1992 until 1996 and won the Intercontinental Championship Title four times before returning to WCW.

Retry Correct Incorrect Known in the ring as Razor Ramon, Scott Hall wrestled professionally at every level. While wrestling with WWE he won his first Intercontinental Championship Title in 1993.
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He was a WWE star from 1992 until 1996 and won the Intercontinental Championship Title four times before returning to WCW.

  • Scott Hall
  • Roddy Piper
  • Hulk Hogan
  • Ric Flair
23%

This nasty dude won three WWE Tag Team World Championships as a part of Demolition.

Retry Correct Incorrect Most famous for his iconic reign as Smash with Demolition, Barry Darsow fought under a number of names during his career: Repo Man, Mr. Hole in One, Krusher Kruschev, and the Blacktop Bully.
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This nasty dude won three WWE Tag Team World Championships as a part of Demolition.

  • Roman Reigns
  • Bret Hart
  • Smash
  • Rey Mysterio
25%

This behemoth made multiple guest appearances on Boy Meets World as the father of one of Corey Matthews’ bullies.

Retry Correct Incorrect Wrestling with WWE from 1996 until 1998, Big Van Vader played the father of Franki Stecchino on Boy Meets World. He played a version of himself who was upset that his son secretly wanted to be a poet.
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This behemoth made multiple guest appearances on Boy Meets World as the father of one of Corey Matthews’ bullies.

  • The Big Show
  • Ken Shamrock
  • Big Van Vader
  • Andre the Giant
28%

This partial owner of the WWE is currently the on-screen commissioner for one of its weekly series.

Retry Correct Incorrect Son of WWE President Vince McMahon, Shane made a name for himself in the ring in the 1990s. In recent years he fought to gain control of WWE against his sister and lost. He’s now the Commissioner on Smackdown.
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This partial owner of the WWE is currently the on-screen commissioner for one of its weekly series.

  • Chris Jerico
  • Brutus Beef Cake
  • Rob Van Dam
  • Shane McMahon
30%

He is the only wrestler in history to win the ECW Championship, WWE Championship, and TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Retry Correct Incorrect Rob Van Dam has held 21 Championship Titles over the course of his career. At one point he held the ECW Championship Title at the same time he held the WWE Championship Title.
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He is the only wrestler in history to win the ECW Championship, WWE Championship, and TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

  • The Rock
  • Ahmed Johnson
  • Rob Van Dam
  • Brian Pillman
33%

This villain once stole an opponent’s urn, melted it down, and turned it into a necklace for a WWE storyline.

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Retry Correct Incorrect During a tag match, he stole the Undertaker’s urn and turned it into jewelry. At SummerSlam that same year the two fought and Undertaker won, reclaiming his property.

This villain once stole an opponent’s urn, melted it down, and turned it into a necklace for a WWE storyline.

  • Kane
  • Ted DiBiase
  • Kama
  • Chris Jericho
35%

He was the face of WCW in the 1990s and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018.

Retry Correct Incorrect Bill Goldberg’s name was synonymous with WCW wrestling in the 1990s. From 1997 until 1998 he went undefeated. The unbeaten streak was the longest in wrestling history until 2017.
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He was the face of WCW in the 1990s and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2018.

  • Ahmed Johnson
  • Roddy Piper
  • Goldberg
  • Lex Luger
38%

In 1996 he became the first wrestler to sign a guaranteed contract with the WWE.

Retry Correct Incorrect Brian Pillman signed his guaranteed contract with WWE after three major stars left for WCW. One year later he died of a heart attack caused by the same undiagnosed condition that killed his father.
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In 1996 he became the first wrestler to sign a guaranteed contract with the WWE.

  • Roddy Piper
  • Brian Pillman
  • King Kong Bundy
  • Chris Jericho
40%

Wrestling for AWA, Curt Hennig used his real name. It wasn’t until he joined WWE he became known by what name?

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Retry Correct Incorrect Named by WWE as one of the greatest Intercontinental of all-time, Mr. Perfect had the longest reign of any wrestler in the 1990s. In 2007 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
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Wrestling for AWA, Curt Hennig used his real name. It wasn’t until he joined WWE he became known by what name?

  • The Million Dollar Man
  • Undertaker
  • Mr. Perfect
  • Ax
43%

Beginning his career in 1984, this deadly character is still signed and performing with the WWE today.

Retry Correct Incorrect Leaving WCW to joining the WWE in 1990, the Undertaker has been a staple in the ring since. He became a fan favorite in the 1990s before being turned into a biker in 2000.
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Beginning his career in 1984, this deadly character is still signed and performing with the WWE today.

  • Kane
  • The Rock
  • The Undertaker
  • Mankind
45%

This WWE star won the WWE Championship in 1992 and became Steve Austin’s rival in 1997.

Retry Correct Incorrect Wearing a pink singlet, Bret Hart had an inconceivable decade-long run in the 1990s. He won multiple titles, including the World Heavyweight Championship Title before retiring.
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This WWE star won the WWE Championship in 1992 and became Steve Austin’s rival in 1997.

  • Bret Hart
  • Shawn Michaels
  • Roddy Piper
  • Scotty 2 Hotty
48%

He won the Tag Team Title one year after joining the WWE and held onto it for the eight months.

Retry Correct Incorrect Along with Road Warrior Hawk, Road Warrior animal terrorized WWE during his original three-year run. Near the end of the decade, he returned to WWE but never regained his popularity.
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Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images

He won the Tag Team Title one year after joining the WWE and held onto it for the eight months.

  • The Ultimate Warrior
  • Jim Neidhart
  • Owen Hart
  • Road Warrior Animal
50%

Before being revealed as the son of the Undertaker, this wrestler debuted as Mike Unabomb.

Retry Correct Incorrect Mike Unabomb was reintroduced as Undertaker’s son, Kane, in 1997. The “story” goes that Undertaker burned down his family’s house and thought they were all dead. Kane, disfigured, survived and still wrestles with the WWE today.
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Before being revealed as the son of the Undertaker, this wrestler debuted as Mike Unabomb.

  • Edge
  • Kane
  • Diesel
  • The Ultimate Warrior
53%

Beginning his WWE career in 1995, he went on to win 31 overall championship belts before retiring.

Retry Correct Incorrect Edge was a late bloomer, winning his first Intercontinental Title in 1999. Prior to that, he was a member of the Brood with Gangrel and Christian. The team joined the Ministry of Darkness in the late 1990s before turning on them, beginning a feud.
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Beginning his WWE career in 1995, he went on to win 31 overall championship belts before retiring.

  • Ken Shamrock
  • Edge
  • Jerry Lawler
  • Christain
55%

He won his only WWE title after the referee disqualified his opponent, Bret Hart, in 1997.

Retry Correct Incorrect After winning his only title, Ken Shamrock began a feud with the Rock. He beat the Rock at the Royal Rumble that same year but was disqualified after continuing to apply his ankle lock after the Rock submitted.
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Ross Dettman/Getty Images for IFL

He won his only WWE title after the referee disqualified his opponent, Bret Hart, in 1997.

  • Bart Gunn
  • Ken Shamrock
  • Al Snow
  • Val Venis
58%

This wrestler, known for his “Scottish Rage,” was actually Canadian born.

Retry Correct Incorrect Rowdy Roddy Piper wrestled in the WWE for 16 years and never won a World Championship. He feuded with a number of wrestlers, including Hulk Hogan, never learning to turn off his “Scottish Rage.”
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This wrestler, known for his “Scottish Rage,” was actually Canadian born.

  • Roddy Piper
  • Mr. Bagpipe
  • Lex Luger
  • Rick Rude
60%

Wrestling runs in his family. He is the son of Dusty Rhodes and brother of Corey Rhodes.

Retry Correct Incorrect Goldust wrestled for WWE for five years in the 1990s. In 1990, he debuted as Dustin Rhodes and left after one year. In 1995 he re-emerged as Goldust, acting flamboyant in the ring to mess with his opponents.
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Wrestling runs in his family. He is the son of Dusty Rhodes and brother of Corey Rhodes.

  • Rick Rude
  • Diesel
  • Christain
  • Goldust
63%

Do you smell what this wrestling phenom is cooking?

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Retry Correct Incorrect The Rock was the face of the WWE during his original run. Since then he has become one of the biggest movie stars in the world and goes by his real name, Dwayne Johnson.

Do you smell what this wrestling phenom is cooking?

  • Scotty 2 Hotty
  • The Rock
  • Val Venis
  • John Cena
65%

He challenged for every WWE Title but never won during his three-year run with the organization.

Retry Correct Incorrect Lex Luger debuted in 1993 as “The Narcissist.” After getting into a motorcycle accident, the WWE claimed the piece of metal in his arm caused extra damage to his opponents.
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He challenged for every WWE Title but never won during his three-year run with the organization.

  • Lex Luger
  • Val Venis
  • D’Lo Brown
  • Sid
68%

The “Million Dollar Man” debuted in 1979, lasted one year, then re-appeared in the 1990s to make his name.

Retry Correct Incorrect Quietly coming back to the WWE in 1987, DiBiase won his first Tag Team Championship in 1992. He successfully won the title three times over the next year with his partner, IRS.
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The “Million Dollar Man” debuted in 1979, lasted one year, then re-appeared in the 1990s to make his name.

  • The Big Show
  • Ted DiBiase
  • Hulk Hogan
  • Al Snow
70%

As a member of the Hart Foundation, he won two Tag Team Titles and headlined two Pay Per View events.

Retry Correct Incorrect Jim “Anvil” Neidhart was one incredibly close with the Hart brothers. After leaving Brett Hard and the Hart Foundation he teamed up with Owen Hart to form the New Foundation.
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As a member of the Hart Foundation, he won two Tag Team Titles and headlined two Pay Per View events.

  • Diesel
  • Jerry Lawler
  • Jim Neidhart
  • Sid
73%

After teasing retirement in 1996, this wrestler changed his mind and won the World Heavyweight Championship.

Retry Correct Incorrect In 1997 Shawn Michaels was forced to take a hiatus having knee surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews. This started a real-life feud between him and Bret Hart, who claimed he was faking the energy.
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After teasing retirement in 1996, this wrestler changed his mind and won the World Heavyweight Championship.

  • Smash
  • Shawn Michaels
  • Roman Reigns
  • Al Snow
75%

This legend signed with WWE in 1991 and instantly began challenging for every belt, calling himself “The Real World Champion.”

Retry Correct Incorrect Ric Flair won the WWE Championship in 1992 at Royal Rumble, his second championship with the company. One year later he left WWE for WCW, having mended his relationship with them.
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This legend signed with WWE in 1991 and instantly began challenging for every belt, calling himself “The Real World Champion.”

  • The Ultimate Warrior
  • Andre the Giant
  • D’Lo Brown
  • Ric Flair
78%

He held the WWF Championship Belt for a record 358 days in the 1990s.

Retry Correct Incorrect Also known by Kevin Nash, Diesel won the WWE Triple Crown in 1994, winning the three major titles. Before becoming a wrestler, Nash was a professional basketball player in Germany until a knee injury ended his career.
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He held the WWF Championship Belt for a record 358 days in the 1990s.

  • D’Lo Brown
  • Diesel
  • Sid
  • Farooq
80%

He won 12 Tag Team Championship with his brother Matt before going solo in 2002.

Retry Correct Incorrect Jeff Hardy, along with Matt, formed the Hardy Boyz in 1998. At No Mercy they won the first ever Tag Team Ladder Match, beating Edge and Christian.
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He won 12 Tag Team Championship with his brother Matt before going solo in 2002.

  • Al Snow
  • Billy Gunn
  • Jeff Hardy
  • Ahmed Johnson
83%

One year after signing with WWE, he won the World Tag Team champion at SummerSlam 1991 and held it for six months.

Retry Correct Incorrect Road Warrior Hawk signed with WWE in 1990 and was an instant hit as half of the Road Warrior Animals. He quit WWE in 1992 after the company assigned him a wooden dummy as a gimmick.
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One year after signing with WWE, he won the World Tag Team champion at SummerSlam 1991 and held it for six months.

  • Road Warrior Hawk
  • Crash Holly
  • Val Venis
  • Chris Jericho
85%

This icon has been the lead singer of Fozzy since 1999, proving he might be the busiest man in wrestling.

Retry Correct Incorrect Chris Jericho has won 32 championships across three leagues of professional wrestling. With Fozzy, he has released six albums since 1999, including Judas in 2017.
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This icon has been the lead singer of Fozzy since 1999, proving he might be the busiest man in wrestling.

  • The Ultimate Warrior
  • Marc Mero
  • Crash Holly
  • Chris Jericho
88%

Before signing with WWE this wrestler was known as Dingo Warrior. He retired in 1998 after a brief stint with WCW.

Retry Correct Incorrect As the Ultimate Warrior James Hellwig became the first wrestler hold the Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship and World Heavyweight Championship belts at the same time.
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Before signing with WWE this wrestler was known as Dingo Warrior. He retired in 1998 after a brief stint with WCW.

  • D’Lo Brown
  • Ultimate Warrior
  • Gregory Helms
  • Farooq
90%

He went by his real name for one year before becoming Scotty 2 Hotty in 1998.

Retry Correct Incorrect Scott Taylor skyrocketed to WWE stardom when he joined Too Cool and became Scotty 2 Hotty. Fighting with Rikishi, Taylor won the Tag Team Championship at Wrestlemania XX.
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He went by his real name for one year before becoming Scotty 2 Hotty in 1998.

  • Scott Pillman
  • Scott Magnus
  • Scott Braun
  • Scott Taylor
93%

As a tag team partner, he won 11 championships with three different partners but is most known as half of The New Age Outlaws.

Retry Correct Incorrect Billy Gunn had an impressive 12 year with WWE from 1993 until 2004. Before becoming a wrestler he was a professional bull rider in Texas!
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As a tag team partner, he won 11 championships with three different partners but is most known as half of The New Age Outlaws.

  • Marc Mero
  • Scott Braun
  • Crash Holly
  • Billy Gunn
95%

Known during his WWE days as “The King,” he is now one of the company’s color commentators.

Retry Correct Incorrect Jerry Lawler began his wrestling career in 1970 but did not debut with the WWE until 1992. For the next 11 years, he performed in matches and provided color commentary. In 2007 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by William Shatner.
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Known during his WWE days as “The King,” he is now one of the company’s color commentators.

  • Farooq
  • Gregory Helms
  • Hulk Hogan
  • Jerry Lawler
98%

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